Welcome to Jotmans Hall Primary School where “every child matters”. At Jotmans Hall we believe that children are individuals and they all learn in different ways. Our rich and varied curriculum and excellent facilities ensure that we are able to provide experiences to meet their needs and move them forward in their learning.
Our hardworking staff ensure that each child’s progress is carefully monitored and we pride ourselves on the School’s warm and welcoming environment which enables children to thrive.
We offer a very wide range of enrichment opportunities, such as music and sport, and provide high quality childcare before and after school to support parents and carers.
We hope you enjoy our website and find it useful and informative.
To mark what would have been the beginning of SATs week, we would like to share this poem with all of our wonderful Year 6 pupils from all of us at Jotmans Hall!
Afternoon everyone! Pine Class have been busy making and cooking their own pizzas today. As it’s instruction week in Literacy, they will be writing their own set of instructions tomorrow. All the children are missing their friends very much & hope everyone is keeping safe.
The children of Pine Class have been making some birthday cards for Captain Tom’s 100th birthday to help him celebrate. We will be sending off the cards at the end of the school day on Friday 24th April. If your daily walk takes you past Jotmans Hall and you would like to make a card for Captain Tom, please pop it in the external postbox (by the front gates) by 3.30pm on Friday and we will send it for you!
Happy Bank Holiday and VE Day from everyone at Jotmans. Here’s a couple of photos of the children of Pine Class cooking and being artistic this past week! We hope our Jotmans families have enjoyed the beautiful weather and VE Day celebrations today! 🇬🇧 ❤️🤍💙
Pine Class were fantastic today! They designed theme parks, made rollercoasters, enjoyed using the gymnastics apparatus and then chilled out with a movie! Mrs Kenrick and Mrs Attrill thoroughly enjoyed getting to know these lovely children.
The children in Pine Class have been busy this week writing letters to their friends and family and creating birthday cards for Captain Tom Moore. In the afternoon they have been getting creative and have made fabulous photo frames and have sewn colourful fish pouches to keep their pocket money in. All the children send a big hello to all their school friends and families!
Even though we haven't got the beautiful weather from last week, Pine Class are still having a great week! Today, they made dreamcatchers and discussed their hopes and dreams for the future.